Monthly Archives: July 2015

Five Alarm FunkReady for monster horns, shredding guitars and songs about giant robots?

Tonight, the Canadian rockers Five Alarm Funk will bring more than funk to the Levitt AMP Bellingham Music SeriesPrepare to experience an eclectic mix of gypsy rock, Latin, ska and progressive metal by this nine-piece Vancouver-based band, which brings an intense dance party wherever it performs!

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A couple enjoys a free show by Brothers Osborne at the Levitt AMP Denison Music Series

What’s more romantic than free, live music under the stars?

Congratulations to @nickyt11 and his fiancee, who celebrated their new engagement at last Friday’s Levitt AMP Denison show. Thanks for sharing how #musicmoves you!

Want to see more moments like these? Check out our live #musicmoves feed and share your #musicmoves on Twitter or Instagram for a chance to win a $100 iTunes gift card!

LevittPasadenaChildrensSeriesLooking for free, summer activities to do with the kids? Head to the Levitt!

In addition to all free Levitt shows being family-friendly, many Levitt sites feature children’s concerts and activities to entertain your little ones. Check out fun happenings for kids at Levitt locations across the country! Continue reading

This week, GRAMMY-winning artist and longtime bassist for They Might Be Giants (TMBG), Danny Weinkauf, teams up with the Red Pants Band to bring audiences at two different Levitt locations pop tunes that are loads of fun for the whole family. Weinkauf and his band kick off the party tonight at Levitt AMP Frederick and continue the family-friendly fun tomorrow at Levitt Westport. Continue reading

We’re thrilled to see some familiar faces honoring the 1970 Grateful Dead classic, “Ripple.” This is one tribute you don’t want to miss!

Earlier this month, headlining act of last summer’s inaugural Levitt National Tour, Playing For Change, released this powerful cover in conjunction with a milestone performance in the Grateful Dead’s long and prolific career—their 50th anniversary and final concert. Continue reading

SpotlightSeriesJudyCollinsAt 76, Judy Collins shows no signs of slowing down.

The four-time GRAMMY-nominated folk singer, best known for her versions of Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides, Now” and Stephen Sondheim’s “Send in the Clowns,” has kept busy since the 1961 release of her debut album, A Maid of Constant Sorrow. Over her 50-plus year career, she’s released 27 studio albums; collaborated with a number of legendary musicians including Joan Baez, Leonard Cohen, Don McLean and Pete Seeger; and championed such causes as suicide prevention, landmine abolition, civil and women’s rights and more.

Learn more fun facts about Collins before her free show tonight at Levitt Los Angeles! Continue reading

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Calling all small to mid-sized towns and cities across the country: America’s largest free outdoor concert series is, once again, putting the spotlight on you!

New communities are invited, as well as current Levitt AMP grantees, to bring the joy of free, live music to their hometowns through the 2016 Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards! Continue reading


Sometimes, when dancing just isn’t enough, #musicmoves us to sing out at the top of our lungs—just like the three lovely ladies in the video below!

@kristilourich thanks so much for sharing this awesome video from last week’s Biz Markie show at Levitt AMP Sheboygan! What a fun night!

Keep sharing your Levitt concert pics on Twitter and Instagram with #musicmoves for your chance to win a $100 iTunes gift card—there will be a winner every month through October 31! See the #musicmoves June winner.

Spotlight_Series_BizTomorrow night, Sheboygan is in for a real treat! At the Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series, presented by the John Kohler Arts Center, audiences will enjoy an evening of extreme printmaking, Zumba and hip-hop dance lessons and a performance by legendary hip-hop artist Biz Markie.

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